Pennsylvania man leads cops on high-speed chase that ends with crash that kills family of three on way to Thanksgiving dinner

Suspicious imagery, masonic numerology and advertising for Popeyes Restaurant. Is a psyop like this part of the war on travel? Do the powers that be use fake car accident psyops to get people off the roads or make people afraid of driving their cars on the roads?

Driverless cars are here and I’m sure that staging and planting fake car accident stories in the media can sway public opinion toward a solution in the automobile Hegelian Dialectic for driveless cars because “us humans are too incompetent” for driving. Another thing to think about is how cops would love to have people in driverless cars so they could never speed away from traffic stops to begin with. Maybe high speed chases would be a thing of the past in a driverless car society?

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A Pennsylvania man led police on a high-speed chase that ended with a crash that killed three people on their way to Thanksgiving dinner.

Demetrius Coleman was likely driving more than 100 mph and had a suspended license when the horrific crash took place on a busy highway 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

The 22-year-old Coleman was pulled over by East McKeesport police at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Thursday for making an illegal turn. Authorities say he sped away when officers learned he was wanted for violating his probation for a felony charge of possessing with intent to deliver drugs.

Source: Pennsylvania man leads cops on high-speed chase that ends with crash that kills family of three on way to Thanksgiving dinner | New York Daily News

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